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Rogerson Highland Ball

26 November, 2014

School Event

I truly believe that Scottish Country Dancing is a life skill that can prove its worth when you least expect it. As such, it is an important part of any [...]

Choral and instrumental concert

26 November, 2014

MusicNews(about us)

Last Friday night saw the term’s main School Concert in which there was a wide range of music performed, including classical and popular. The concert opened with the Orchestra, which [...]

Careers Cafe

18 November, 2014


Tuesday saw a Careers Cafe take place on the topic of Sport Science.  A small group of boys met with the visiting speaker, Dean Robertson, to hear about his experiences [...]

Sports successes

14 November, 2014

News(about us)Sport

There were some excellent results across the board today. In particular, we are pleased that the U13 and U15 tennis teams have both qualified for the National Finals in December, [...]

Middle Years Report Card evening

14 November, 2014

AcademicNews(about us)

Thursday evening saw the first Middle School Report Card reward evening of this academic year. This event is held to reward the boys in 4th Form, Shell and 5th Form [...]

World War I centenary tree planting

11 November, 2014

School Event

Following a major renovation project, the cricket pavilion adjacent to Colinton Road was today officially renamed and designated as the ‘1914-2014 World War I Centenary Pavilion’. A new frontage offers [...]

Junior book group discusses a Terrible Thing

4 November, 2014

AcademicNews(about us)

Today our Junior Book Group met to discuss The Terrible Thing That Happened To Barnaby Brocket by John Boyne. Here are some of their thoughts about this book… It was an interesting tale [...]

Book Group turns to the wall

31 October, 2014


On Tuesday the Middle School Book Group met to discuss The Wall by William Sutcliffe. Here are some of their thoughts about this book…. The Wall’s plot is cleverly set [...]

First Form at Loch Insh

26 October, 2014

School Trip

As part of the School’s co-curricular week, the First Form spent three days before half-term at Loch Insh. They clearly loved the experience and the opportunity to bond with each [...]

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